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Dileep Padgaonkar

Arvind N. Das (6.9.1948 - 6.8.2000)
Editor Emeritus:
Sham Lal
Assistant Editor:
Manisha Sethi
Publisher & Art Director: Brinda Datta

By MALA MUKERJEE from her exhibition 'Windows' held at the Art Gallery, IIC Annexe, New Delhi.

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   VOL. III  NOS. 5 & 6 32 PAGES MAY JUNE 1998
- Ananya: A Portrait of India edited by S.N. Sridhar and Nirmal
K. Mattoo
Arvind N. Das
- Beyond Belief: Islamic Excursions Among the Converted People
V.S. Naipaul
Sham Lal
- The Clash of Civilizations: Asian Response edited by Salim Rashid Alok Sinha
- An Interview with Samuel P. Huntington Nathan Gardels
- The Betrayal of East Pakistan by Lieutenant-General A.A.K. Niazi
Inder Malhotra
- The Times and Trial of the Rawalpindi Conspiracy 1951: The First
Coup Attempt in Pakistan
by Hasan Zaheer
Manoj Joshi
- The Other Side of Silence: Voices from the Partition of India by
Urvashi Butalia
Ira Pande
- "Either, Neither, or Both". An Extract from Common Heritage Shehla Shibli
- In the Afternoon of Time by Harivansh Rai Bachchan. Translated by
Rupert Snell
Mrinal Pande
- Remembering Paz. A Tribute Sham Lal
- The Pathology of Corruption by S. S. Gill Arvind N. Das
- The Indian Economy: Major Debates since Independence edited by Terence J. Byres Praveen Jha
- Hullabaloo in the Guava Orchard by Kiran Desai Anita Roy
- Assignment Colombo by J. N. Dixit Seema Guha
- The Sandglass by Romesh Guneseskera Sagarika Ghose
- Spit and Polish by Carl Muller Aravinda D'sa
- Across the Lakes by Amal Chatterjee Nilanjana S. Roy
- Punchtantra: Parables for the 21st Century by Gautam Bhatia Srijana Das
- The Power of the Female Gaze: Women Travellers in Colonial India
by Indira Ghose
Jaya Banerji
- Saguna: The Autobiographical Novel in English by an Indian Woman
by Krupa Satthianadhan and edited by Chandani Lokuge
Urvashi Butalia
- People's Rights: Social Movements and the State in the Third World edited by Manoranjan Mohanty, Partha Nath Mukherji with Olle Tornquist Sumanta Banerjee
- Dalits and Christianity: Subaltern Religion and Liberation Theology in India by Sathianathan Clarke Walter Fernandes
JAYA BANERJI is a writer and editor with Kali for Women.
SUMANTA BANERJEE is a freelance journalist and writer. His latest book is Dangerous Outcasts: The Prostitute in Nineteenth Century Bengal.
URVASHI BUTALIA is co-founder of Kali for Women. Her latest book is The Other Side of Silence:Voices from the Partition of India.
SRIJANA DAS is a student at the London School of Economics.
WALTER FERNANDES is Head, Programme for Tribal Studies, Indian Social Institute,
New Delhi.
NATHAN GARDELS is Editor, Global Viewpoint.
SAGARIKA GHOSE is Special Correspondent at Outlook, New Delhi.
SEEMA GUHA is Foreign Editor at The Times of India, New Delhi, and was the paper's foreign Correspondent at Colombo.
PRAVEEN JHA teaches economics at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.
MANOJ JOSHI is Senior Editor at India Today, New Delhi.
INDER MALHOTRA is a senior journalist and well-known political commentator based in New Delhi.
MRINAL PANDE is a freelance writer and journalist based in New Delhi.
ANITA ROY is Senior Commissioning Editor at Oxford University Press, New Delhi.
NILANJANA S. ROY is Assistant Features Editor at Business Standard, New Delhi.
SHEHLA SHIBLI is a writer from a prominent pre-Partition family of the Punjab. She is a regular contributor to the newspaper Dawn, Pakistan.
ALOK SINHA is a member of the Indian Administrative Service.

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